Discover Restaurants offering the best French food in Algajola, France including L'ange des mers, La Vieille Cave, Le Beau Rivage, Casarena Plage, U Columbu, A Mandria Di Pigna, Chez Edgard, Le Chariot, Le Padula, A Casarella
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4 based on 527 reviews
This is a nice little cafe wonderfully located on the edge of the village overlooking the coastline below. It features a small terrace with tables crowded next to each other in limited space. Ordinarily, this would not be a problem. But during our lunch, there were quite a few smokers. It was impossible to really enjoy our lunch with cigarette smoke drifting under our noises much of the time. We donât know why such a thing is allowed given the small space of the terrace. The cafe advertises that it serves bio-veggies from its garden. Can you appreciate the contradiction of eating bio-veggies in air filled with streams of cigarette smoke? Smoking must be encouraged since there was an ash tray sitting on every table. In any event, we ordered several tapas which were good but nothing special. Portions were on the small side and prices on the high side, but everything seems to be costly in Corsica. The house red wine was very good as was the efficient service from the friendly server. There is also a friendly kitty inside that likes to be petted. As wonderful as the setting is, we would not go back because of the cigarette smoke and canât recommend eating here despite the great views.
4 based on 693 reviews
Set on the beach a few hundred yards from edge of algajola, this restaurant is beach bar in day and great restaurant offering excellent sunset views. Ate here twice in the evening's, fish and steaks very good as was the wine. Waiting staff all very pleasant and helpful but the older lady taking payment at the end of the meal seemed disinterested, which is a shame as we really liked the restaurant
3 based on 575 reviews
when you visit Algajola you can't leave without tasting a pizza at Le Chariot. we always eat pizza here and never choose from the restaurants menu. During summer time it is always packed at Le Chariot. You sit outside on the square with nice high trees. You can bring your dog, no problem.Pizza's are served quickly and you can add some drops of home made spicy oil on your slices. You can also order a pizza and take it 'home'.Looking forward to visit them again.
4 based on 950 reviews
Really enjoyed this experience, unusual and unique. Itâs very good value for money, there is so much to eat.Started off with an aperitif which was Muscat wine. A hearty soup followed, delicious. Then a slice of quiche which had cheese, mint & other ingredients, again very good.Main event was meat of which there were several choices; beef, chicken, veal, lamb and wild boar, all cooked in a variety of ways. I chose grilled lamb and my OH chose veal in a cream & fig sauce. Both were very good but the veal in cream sauce was the best.Goats cheese followed and then peach pavlova. Both really good. Unfortunately we didnât like the wine we chose, it was quite sour. We thought it might have been because we had the sweet muscat first but the flavour didnât improve through the meal. Maybe it was slightly corked, we wonât ever know. But all in all we were very happy we went and the service was very attentive.
4 based on 446 reviews
Had high expectations when arriving at this restaurant but rather disappointed with the food. Ordered duck for the main course....medium....sent it back to kitchen as although it looked pink medium cooked it was very tough. Dish later returned with waitress saying it had been re-cooked. I doubt it! It was not hot and the appearance and 'toughness' remained the same. Starter was OK...a galette of aubergine....but sadly, again rather disappointing. Can't now remember my husband's choices but suffice to say we did not order pudding or cheese and felt equivalent of Â£100 for dinner with one bottle of wine rather overpriced! The restaurant itself is very pleasing by way of dÃ©cor, and the large outside terrace with great views is a delightful place to sit for dinner.
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4 based on 83 reviews
Starter pleasant.Disappointing otherwise.Online booking hadn't been looked at.Steaks overcooked.Replacement of Fillet with Rump steak.Seafood not fresh.Was not worthy of the 4.5 rating.Staff good.Bonjour En effet votre filet de boeuf est arrivÃ© bien cuit au lieu de apt mais je vous l ai changÃ© de suite et sachez que nous n avons pas de rumsteack sur notre carte mais que du filet de bÅuf charolais , pour les fruits de mer ne confonder pas peut Ãªtre un peu trop cuit Ã votre goÃ»t et pas frais car nous somme livrer tous les jours pour ses produits. De plus personnellement, si je trouve un plat mÃ©diocre comme vous le dites , moi je ne termine pas mon assiette.....Avec tout nos remerciements
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4 based on 220 reviews
The first place to eat on the beach and with sunbeds for hire. Paid 15 euros for 2 but got them for free if you had lunch there ! Good varied menu but a little expensive
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4 based on 301 reviews
This is a great restaurant. The food is excellent as well as the location on the beach and the service. It is the only place we came back during our 10 days in the Balagne. The salads are rich and tasteful. We especially loved the Ceasar salad 'of the house'. My wife loved the pasta with gamba's. They sell it in a lot of restaurants on Corsica but here it is the best. It is adviced to make reservations (beach side table!) because this place is buisy from breakfast till late at night.
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4 based on 975 reviews
Ate here on our first night, pleasant welcome and service, good menu and set menu options, lamb shank very good, baby lamb bit boney Very good lemon meringue dessert Good prices on set menu
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4 based on 152 reviews
La Bouillabaisse ne se dÃ©guste que sur RÃ©servation. Nos amis les chiens sont les bienvenus. "Lieu Ã dÃ©couvrir pour les amateurs de poissons et amoureux de la mer"
This little casa is perfect for an off the beaten track romantic meal. We definitely struggled a little with the lack of English, but honesty thatâs our fault for our terrible or lack of French not theirs. I had what translates as a âDentistâ fish, so no clue what that is but apparently itâs a good local fish. Loved it. My boyfriend had the lobster which he was able to meet and greet right before it was cooked. It was a long meal with good waits between courses but we werenât in a hurry to go anywhere as we were enjoying the location so much. So glad our hotel recommended this place. One thing thatâs very important to mention is that, we traveled all over corsica and went to some Michelin star restaurants and their chocolate cake with the soft centre was to die for! It was so so so good! Pics below
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